» » Death Grips - Exmilitary

Death Grips - Exmilitary album flac

Death Grips - Exmilitary album flac Performer: Death Grips
Title: Exmilitary
Style: Experimental, Hardcore Hip-Hop
Released: 2011
Country: US
MP3 album: 1949 mb
FLAC album: 1455 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: DTS MP1 VOC XM MP4 WMA AHX
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Rock

Exmilitary, also known as Ex Military, is the debut mixtape by experimental hip hop group Death Grips.

Exmilitary is the debut full length mixtape from west coast experimental hip-hop 3 piece Death Grips. Released in 2011, it features 13 songs, 3 of which were on their debut EP Death Grips, which was released earlier in the same year. The second song on the album, Guillotine, became a defining song for the band in it’s early years. The video for that song has over 5 million views on YouTube. Exmilitary Q&A.

Death Grips is an American experimental hip hop band from Sacramento, California, formed in 2010. The group consists of vocalist MC Ride, drummer/producer Zach Hill, and /recording engineer Andy Morin.

Artist: Death Grips Duration: 48:30 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: Death Grips. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Death Grips Stockton. Death Grips Come Up And Get Me. 04:12. Death Grips I Want it I need it (Death Heated).

Exmilitary avoids any of the flaws outlined above, but it's still a potentially alienating album: unnerving when you're not on its aggro wavelength, inviting when you are, and transfixing either way, thanks to the aggregate work of Death Grips' core. The raspy, deliberate MC Ride doesn't so much flow as bellow. r Flatlander and co-producer Info Warrior hit both sides of the audio-visual equation with overloaded noise (check the "Guillotine" video for starters).

Exmilitary is Death Grips' debut mixtape, released for free on April 25, 2011. Spread Eagle Cross the Block. Known for It. I Want It I Need It (Death Heated). Black Google, the official collection of stems from Exmilitary. The man in the album cover was said to be a picture of an Aboriginal person from an old issue of a magazine, which is possibly National Geographic.

Death Grips - Exmilitary. There are many emotions that can be associated with hip-hop. The past year has seen the rise of shock-and-awe act Odd Future which has been making a name for themselves for their rather over the top songwriting and antics. The one defining factor that makes Death Grips mixtape Exmilitary so astounding is its one emotion, anger. Seriously, this album makes everything from Wu-Tang sound like an season of Barney and Friends. At thirteen songs and just under the fifty minute marker, what we get on Exmilitary is a collection of beats and lyrics that are dredged up from the scum of one’s mind and brought into sonic format.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Beware 5:52
2 Guillotine 3:43
3 Spread Eagle Cross The Block 3:51
4 Lord Of The Game
Featuring – Mexican Girl
5 Takyon (Death Yon) 2:48
6 Cut Throat (Instrumental) 1:12
7 Klink 3:32
8 Culture Shock 4:20
9 5D 0:43
10 Thru The Walls 3:55
11 Known For It 4:12
12 I Want It I Need It (Death Heated) 6:10
13 Blood Creepin' 4:40
Video Beware 5:50
Video Culture Shock 4:32
Video Guillotine 3:48
Video Lord Of The Game
Featuring – Mexican Girl
Video Spread Eagle Cross The Block 4:15
Video Takyon (Death Yon) 3:35


  • Performer [Death Grips] – Flatlander , Info Warrior, MC Ride, Zach Hill


a THIRD WORLDS production
©&℗ 2011 karaoke/death grips

Download also includes a digital booklet in pdf format, featuring lyrics.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(13xFile, FLAC, Mixtape) Third Worlds none US 2011
EX91024TW001 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Mixtape, Unofficial, Cle) Not On Label (Death Grips) EX91024TW001 France 2015
oo39 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(Cass, RE) Ormolycka oo39 US 2014
none Death Grips Ex Military ‎(CD) Third Worlds none UK 2011
GK#82 Death Grips Exmilitary ‎(13xFile, MP3, 320 + 6xFile, MPEG-4 Video) Grindcore Karaoke GK#82 US 2011

Comments: (2)
Lossy to lossless transcode.
turns out this is just an upscaled copy. real FLAC was available on thirdworlds for a while, you can find it on /r/deathgrips